We have no meanings for "warbled out" in our records yet.
Then he warbled out, "For you'll be left behind us, you'll be safe and sound."
He opened his mouth again and warbled out the jolliest, sweetest tune that bird throat ever sang.
Smiling to herself to think of her new-entertained passions, taking up her lute that lay by her, she warbled out this ditty:
The bird eyed him critically, then launched itself on the air, and, alighting on a spray above his head, warbled out a brilliant call.
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